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Complete set up from A to Z for sale...

Discussion in 'Classifieds: Other Gear & Multiple Items' started by jcham5150, Oct 13, 2009.

  1. divad

    divad ScubaBoard Sponsor ScubaBoard Sponsor

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    Did the the math:


    Weights and belt ............250.00
    Lead @.40 a pound..........-18.40
    Weight belt..................= 236.60


    The belt is made of gold right?
     
  2. Michael_Lambert

    Michael_Lambert Contributor

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    What would be an estimated cost of shipping the said 46 pounds of lead to L3Z 2K1 postal code, and are you willing to ship internationally.

    Humm.. Never mind checked out USPS.com myself and shipping would be at the cheapest $98... lol
     
  3. divad

    divad ScubaBoard Sponsor ScubaBoard Sponsor

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    It's like Sansabelt trousers; the pants are free but you have to wear, and pay for, the belt that comes with them.
     
  4. Docc

    Docc Solo Diver

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    So....got any pictures of the spare air and does it come with a harness?
     
  5. Michael_Lambert

    Michael_Lambert Contributor

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Bradford, Ontario, Canada
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  6. CT Sean

    CT Sean Contributor

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    Something tells me he meant 4.00 per lb. even still 184.00 of weight leaves 76.00 worth of belt.

    $80.00 dive flag? $100 hood? most expensive hood i can find on leisurepro is 112.00 and that has a 7mm vest attached to it.

    I'm sorry to say it but i think you got taken to the cleaners. I almost got certified by Enfield scuba - you're making me glad I didn't
     
  7. Michael_Lambert

    Michael_Lambert Contributor

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Bradford, Ontario, Canada
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    Scubatoys has weight belts for $7 and hard weight for $2.75 per pound, Soft weight is looking around $3.25 per pound, now having the weight integrated BCD i assume the OP has soft weight?
     
  8. eelnoraa

    eelnoraa DIR Practitioner

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    I was actually looking for tank, reg and weight/belt.

    To ship lead, you can use USPS flat rate box. They go for about $10-$12 for up to 70lb. But after seeing your paid $250 for lead and belt, I guess my budget is far from what you are looking for. I can get $3.5/lb at LDS or about $2/lb on ebay. So for used, I was looking more of something like < $2/lb.

    For tank, please me know the made, whether it is steel or AL, capacity, when was it last hydro/visual.

    For reg, please me know made, model, how old, when was it last service.
     
  9. Garth

    Garth Contributor

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    Your running your thread like our new president. I can't figure out where all the money is going. Maybe you should create a scuba Czar.
     
  10. skimphish

    skimphish Contributor

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    garth, i would like to shake your hand.
     

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